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London, Great Britain: Eveleigh Nash, 1911. Book. Good. Hardcover. 194 pages, 12mo. No DJ. Purple cloth boards with light blue lettering, light blue illus on front cover of night sky. Printed by Ballantyne & company Ltd. Missing copyright page; preface is dated July 29, 1911. Shelfwear: scuffing along edges and covers, heavy spine darkening, corners are bumped, tearing at top and bottom spine edges, foxing on front and rear inside covers and endpapers, tanned page leafs. Volume is in Good condition..
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- Russian Hill Bookstore (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- The Meaning of Dreams
- O'Donnell, Elliott
- Book condition
- Used - Good
- Eveleigh Nash
- Place of Publication
- London, Great Britain
- Date published
- O'DONNELL NASH DREAMS
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